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CH Jordanalisa's Lionors

Lionors was featured in the Calico and Bi-Color Division of the Persians Magazine, All About America's Favorite Cats Volume 1, 2nd Edition 2007 of the Popular Cats Series Magazine.  Lionors is pictured on page 61.

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Bathing a Cat - Grooming Tips - Wash and Clean your Cat - Degrease a Persian Cats Coat


After you have degreased your Persian's coat you will want to thoroughly rinse.  After you rinse the coat, you will start to the next step, the shampoo. 

After you have degreased your Persian's coat you will want to thoroughly rinse.  After you rinse the coat, you will start to the next step, the shampoo. 


Once you have worked the shampoo thoroughly into the coat, it is time for another rinse session.  We have a general rule of thumb on rinsing, whenever you think you have the shampoo rinsed out, rinse, rinse and rinse again.  It is very important to make sure you get all the shampoo out of the coat.  

If you fail to rinse all of the shampoo out of the coat, it will appear dirty and greasy within a few short days. If you are concerned that you haven't gotten all of the shampoo residue out.  You can put a little white vinegar in the sink of water and pour the water solution over the coat.  Be very careful not to use too much white vinegar in the water and be very careful not to get this into your cats eyes.  Your kitty may smell like a salad, but this smell will dissipate.

We learned most of our grooming information and tips from a wonderful mentor, but like a lot of things in life, there is a lot of trial and error. 

 

You're now ready to move onto the drying portion of bathing your Persian cat at home.

Groomer's Goop Products are great for degreasing a Persians coat!

We recommend you try Groomer's Goop Degreaser, Glossy Coat Pet Shampoo and coat conditioners. Does their coat attract dirt and look greasy? If you answered yes, your Persian's coat may need to be degreased.

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